The biennial prize is presented jointly by Women Poets at Barnard and the publisher W.W. Norton & Company.
In The New York Times' "Room for Debate" forum, architecture professor David Smiley weighs in on whether the $1.9 billion "Xanadu" megamall project is worth saving.
The latest issue of The Scholar & Feminist Online brings together some of the most esteemed scholars whose works tie analyses of reproductive technologies to frameworks for reproductive justice.
Watch segment highlighting Barnard's S-Cubed Program for high school girls interested in science.
On April 5, students, faculty, and members of the community gathered to hear from a panel of experts on hydraulic fracturing, or “hydrofracking,” a controversial process of fracturing rocks to stimulate the release of natural gas.
In February 2011, the inaugural Athena Film Festival presented over 25 films highlighting the multiplicity of women’s roles in the film industry—as actors, writers, directors, and producers.
First held in 1903 and continuing through 1967, the Greek Games were started to recreate the athletic competitions of heroic Greece. In April 2011, Barnard students revived the Greek Games.